Blue Air was created by Andrew Lane and Jeffrey Stolet in conjuction
with Future Music Oregon at the University of Oregon's School of Music
Conceptual Design: Jeffrey Stolet
Technical Design, Engineering, and Production: Andrew Lane
Manual Text & Graphics: Andrew Lane
Blue Air is an infrared MIDI controller. Continuous controller information
is produced by movement an object or a performer’s hand vertically
above the infrared eye located on the top panel of Blue Air.
MIDI data produced by Blue Air are fast and tightly packed together. The
typical time between blocks of MIDI datum is 5 milliseconds. The tremendous
volume of data being sent is often best managed by MIDI manipulation software
such as MAX by Cycling ’74.
Blue Air is fast, accurate, stable, rugged, and simple to use. For an
in-depth look at the workings and construction of Blue Air, download or
view the Manual + Documentation in PDF format. <click>